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Friday, March 08, 2013

Selling Your Home - Is this a sign of distrust?

When it is time to buy a new car I doubt the average person pulls up in front of the car dealership and asks for a car salesman to accompany them and breathe down their neck as they look at each vehicle   Most folks I know want to look and then, if interested, ask for additional information or even a test drive.

When it comes to shopping for a new home the attitude is similar.

Prospective buyers want to feel at ease.  Prospective buyers must feel at ease to fully grasp your homes features.

Having someone standing over a prospective buyer is not a way to encourage relaxation.  They have their buyer's agent available to answer questions and get answers when necessary.

When it comes to selling your home remember it is all about -

  1. pricing it right
  2. promoting it effectively, and 
  3. presenting it appropriately.

Bird dogging a prospective buyer is not presenting it appropriately.

Do not place yourself at a disadvantage by coming between the buyer and their agent.  If possible, do not be present when folks are looking at your home.





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